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A quintessential afternoon tea

“Classics done well…a sweet antidote to busy city life or an entire day’s activity.” – Conde Nast Traveller

Treat yourself and loved ones to our quintessential afternoon tea. You’ll enjoy a selection of homemade delicious cakes and savouries created by our talented Chefs, accompanied by a range of teas and coffees.

Afternoon tea is served in a heritage function room in our magnificent house. Tickets for afternoon tea also include access to our beautiful private gardens, so you will be able to enjoy a walk in the grounds and gardens after your afternoon tea.


Upcoming dates:
Sunday 30th January & Sunday 27th February 2022


Terms & Conditions
Afternoon tea booking duration is 2 hours.

Guests are invited to explore the gardens at their leisure after afternoon tea; please note there is no official tour of the house and gardens.

Tickets are valid for the event booked only and not transferable to another date unless agreed by the organiser.
Please note tickets are non refundable within 14 days of the event.
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Afternoon Tea Gift Card

Give your loved ones an elegant Afternoon Tea at Ashridge House. Gift cards can be purchased below and redeemed against any of our upcoming tea dates.


Afternoon Tea Menu

Our talented team of Chefs are passionate about creating food memories and using their flair and creativity they have developed over many years. Allowing our Chefs to be creative means our afternoon tea menus change from time to time and again throughout the seasons.

Click to view Sample Menu

Upgrade with a glass of Champagne @ £10 per person


Head Chef

Chef Patterson brings a range of international experience to the table with previous positions in 5* kitchens across Monaco, Cape Town, Malta, Scotland and the London Olympics. Chefs passion for creating memorable experiences through his love for food has resulted in many awards through his career.

“At Ashridge we beat the drum for buying local raw ingredients. To ensure we do, I want to know where all my produce is from. If I want to know where my potatoes are from, I can see whose farm it comes from, and even in what field it was grown. To me, working with seasonal products and buying locally is to be true to my craft, and true to my trade. That’s why one afternoon tea can be quite different to another throughout the seasons.” Chef Patterson